Under the present conditions it was impossible for her to do any more, so, after waiting for a while, still hidden in the shadow to see if she could catch another glimpse of the white frock, she determined to go on slowly towards Castra Regis, and trust to the chapter of accidents
to pick up the trail again.
Her voyage forms another chapter of accidents
in this eventful story.
As the necessary result of the check thus encountered, he was now in Scotland with absolutely nothing to trust to as a means of effecting his release but the chapter of accidents
, aided by his own resolution to marry Mrs.
Tom listened with the profoundest respect to this chapter of accidents
, and followed East across the level ground till they came to a sort of gigantic gallows of two poles, eighteen feet high, fixed upright in the ground some fourteen feet apart, with a cross-bar running from one to the other at the height of ten feet or thereabouts.
And as to the chapter of accidents
which counts for so much in the book of success, I could only hope that it was closed.
Laid Back Luke started his career with a chapter of accidents
in point-to-points three years ago resulting in him falling, running out and unseating his rider at the start.
The plot commences with a chapter of accidents
which remains within the realms of possibility; a clutch of such disasters has happened.
If ever there was a Pax Britannica, it did not extend to Pontlast RFC at home or away, and the event marked a temporary decline in the career of Bashie Williams, for that night a chapter of accidents
occurred that were not believed afterwards.
AUTHOR Charles Condomine stirs up a chapter of accidents
when he enlists the help of an eccentric medium as part of his research for a new book in this witty play by Noel Coward.
Their story was a little chapter of accidents
and "if onlys".
Newton Abbot's opener proved a chapter of accidents
as five of the eight runners crashed out, including favourite Running de Cerisy, leaving the prize to Newmarket raider Iechyd-Da.
Now, either the White House's Persian version is an account of a well-laid plan thwarted by ill luck and malice, or it is a mere chapter of accidents
Fletcher: a chapter of accidents
in the history of law and motoring, J.
Historians interviewing elderly and distinguished persons will often knock at the closed door which results from the satisfactory completion of this latter kind of reflective process, undertaken largely to reassure the individual that their life had amounted to something more than a chapter of accidents
JUPON VERT put in a late bid to be the luckiest winner of 2005 as a chapter of accidents
presented him with victory in the two-mile handicap chase.